HPP: Hardware Processing Platform
real-time, closed loop signal processing

analyze and respond to input signals in less than 1 millisecond
detect gamma band, sharp wave ripple and theta band oscillation power
HPP included in every Digital Lynx SX – at no additional cost

MED Base Compression Software

  • increase data storage by up to 2000% with 95% compression
  • receive real-time neural data sets directly from your Digital Lynx SX
  • increase analysis speed of huge data sets
  • share compressed, encrypted data files via the Cloud

Neuralynx, Inc, is a distributor of Dark Horse Neuro, Inc. big data neurophysiology solutions.

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Advanced Data Acquisition & Experiment Control

Neuralynx develops intuitive, high-density, low-noise electrophysiology systems with customizable features and devices – specifically designed to meet the performance and data quality demands of your experiment. We provide acquisition system and component solutions for both basic neuroscience and human neurophysiology research environments.
Decades of innovation, flexible integrations and the loyal support of our partners — that’s why over 1100 animal and clinical research labs choose Neuralynx.

Human single unit recording with one integrated, high performance, data acquisition system.

Rev. 1.0     2020 - 09 - 23

Research Using Neuralynx Tech...
The fasciola cinereum subregion of the hippocampus is important for the acquisition of visual contextual memory

Seong-Beom Park, Heung-Yeol Lim, Eun-Young Lee, Seung-Woo Yoo, Hyun-Suk Jung, Eunsoo Lee, Woong Sun, & Inah Lee
January 2022


Gregg A. Castellucci, Christopher K. Kovach, Matthew A. Howard III, Jeremy D. W. Greenlee & Michael A. Long
January 2022

Multi-site Extracellular Electrode Neuronal Recordings in the Rodent Cerebellar Cortex and Nuclei

Thibault Tarpin, Victor Llobet, Guillaume Dugué, Zuzanna Piwkowska, Andrés P. Varani, Andrei Khilkevich, David DiGregorio, Daniela Popa, & Clément Léna
January 2022

Intracranial electrophysiological recordings from the human brain during memory tasks with pupillometry

Jan Cimbalnik, Jaromir Dolezal, Çağdaş Topçu, Michal Lech, Victoria S. Marks, Boney Joseph, Martin Dobias, Jamie Van Gompel, Gregory Worrell & Michal Kucewicz
January 2022